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Families came out to the Snoqualmie Parkway Saturday morning, Sept. 19, to be a part of the third annual Challenge Series Race sponsored by Life Enrichment Options and the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary Club. The challenge race is an event giving children with disabilities a chance to be a co-driver as part of soapbox derby.
You have probably seen him walking in North Bend every morning. Ninety-three-year-old Burt Mann has seen it all. As a World War II veteran, Mann has been all around the globe, from living on the street, to fighting in a war, to owning a business.
Snoqualmie Tribe opposes Tokul roundabout, Snoqualmie Mayor says city followed due process
Now, more than any other time, might be the best opportunity for Snoqualmie residents to install solar panels on their homes. The city of Snoqualmie is partnering with Northwest Wind and Solar and Northwest SEED (Sustainable Energy for Economic Development) to bring affordable installations of solar energy systems to the community.
Wednesday, Sept. 2, was back to school day for kids all the way from first graders at Cascade View Elementary School, to Seniors at Mount Si High School.
Robert Freeman of North Bend has been involved with biking and the bicycling industry for more than 37 years. Now that he has retired, his focus is on riding and building his extensive collection of vintage bikes. Part of his collection is being shown off to the community as an installation in the North Bend Visitor Information Center.
On Wednesday, Sept. 2 representatives from the Snoqualmie Tribe held a rally in protest of the Tokul roundabout construction project in Snoqualmie. Wednesday was also the sixth anniversary of Snoqualmie Falls being registered at the National Register of Historic Places.
Backpacks, school supplies, and brand new shoes were available for pickup last Wednesday at the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank. In collaboration with the King County Library System, local churches, and companies like Costco and Walmart, the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank hosted a day of resources for kids getting ready to go back to school.
When Rhonda Neufang was young, her school wouldn’t allow her to go to attend a tribe camp, because her tribe was not recognized. Because of that experience, she started a youth camp that would allow native kids to go regardless of their tribe affiliation.
The TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Course hosted the Boeing Classic last week, bringing professional athletes and fans together again for a week of events and activities, culminating in Sunday’s win by Billy Andrade, with a score of 73, the highest final round score recorded for a Boeing Classic champion.
In conjunction with the Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association, Peruvian firefighter Patricia Bendezu came to Snoqualmie for 10 days of learning and sharing her culture with the Snoqualmie Fire Department.
As parent-hosted parties for minors have become more popular in recent years, Snoqualmie police are having to educate and warn people about the dangers of serving alcohol to minors.
Get ready for cannon fire, cavalry charges and all the trappings of historic warfare, because the Battle of Snoqualmie is coming to Meadowbrook Farm, the weekend of Aug. 29 and 30.
Local timbersports professional and high school wrestling coach David Moses will demonstrate his sport on Saturday and Sunday in Shady Cove Park.
The Northwest Railway Museum’s steam program is continuing work on the restoration of two steam locomotives, but neither the former Northern Pacific Railway locomotive 924 or the Baldwin Locomotive Works’ “10-wheeler” locomotive 14 will be running in time for this weekend’s Railroad Days activities.
Local semi-pro baseball team, the Snoqualmie Valley Hurricanes, are making some big strides in bringing baseball to the Valley.
Danny Kolke, founder of Boxley’s Place, has been named Grand Marshal for the Festival at Mount Si.
On July 19, North Bend resident Chris Breeds took part in a half-marathon that raised $2.6 million for Crohn’s disease research and awareness.
Tent City 4, the roaming homeless encampment that was recently in Preston, has moved just off of Exit 20 on I-90 in the Echo Lake area of Snoqualmie on July 11.